When it comes environmental management, Asset Managers naturally drift to compliance and administrative headaches. But, if you peel away the compliance layers, there is a tremendous profit opportunity by reducing parasitic friction and fugitive emissions. This is where the physical asset manager can shine. The industrial sector is responsible for 25% of all GHG emissions. These improvements also translate into improved bottom line, reduced wear and tear, extending asset life and reducing cost of ownership.
Drew will introduce you to the opportunities to reduce the company’s carbon footprint while improving profitability.
- Review of the energy savings opportunity associated with implementing existing best practice as defined by the US Department of Energy (DOE) – emphasis is on the mining industry.
- Managing mechanical parasitic frictional losses
- Reducing electrical I2R losses
- Managing fugitive emissions losses
- What it means in Dollars & $ense:
- Increased profits
- Reduced carbon footprint
- Increase asset reliability
Decarbonisation and the Physical Asset Manager’s Role
Aligning Asset Strategy with Enterprise Strategy